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A new Afrotropical genus of Voriini, with remarks on related genera (Diptera: Tachinidae: Dexiinae)

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The new Afrotropical genus Nardia gen. n. is described and compared with the closely related genera Plagiomima Brauer & Bergenstamm and Nanoplagia Villeneuve resurrected name (previously considered as a synonym of Plagiomima). Nardia tsavo sp. n. from Kenya is described and compared with the congeneric Nardia rufolateralis (Crosskey, 1984 ) comb. n. A discussion on phylogenetic and zoogeographical relationships between these genera is given.

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2009-03-01
2016-12-05

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